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Is it possible to sleep keeping eyes open during sleeping ?
First, it is important to agree about what sleep is. For these purposes, let’s include a lack of conscious awareness of one’s surroundings. In general, sleep involves lying in a recumbent position with the body at rest. We typically are unable to see or respond to external stimuli and we keep our eyes closed. However, as in the case of parasomnias, this may not always be the case. In these abnormal sleep behaviors, the person remains asleep, or unconscious, but is able to sleepwalk or perform other actions. They may even have their eyes open.
Some people may incompletely close their eyes duri
Let's put sleep walking aside...
To your question of whether it is possible to sleep with your eyes open, the answer is yes. There is a medical condition called 'nocturnal lagophthalmos' to exactly describe that symptom. This condition is considered a facial paralysis, involving the muscle around your eyelid, which may be temporary or permanent. When this occurs night after night without effective treatment, the eyes may get damaged.
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